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  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, August 1725, Journal Book B.B, 01 August 1725-31 August 1725

    wanting for the fort and garrison in New Providence. Copy of the affidavit of Thomas Petty, commander of the sloop Snapper , taken before Captain Phenney the 15th April, 1725. Copy of the affidavits of Ridley Pinder and William Adams,

    America and West Indies, April 1725 , 01 April 1725-30 April 1725

    iii . Deposition of John Cullimore, Mariner. N. Providence. 16th April, 1725. Deponent was captured on board a sloop ( Snapper ? . No. v. ] about 24th March last by Augustin Blanco in a periagua from Baracoa, but escaped

    Index, P, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    440 iv. Petitpas , Paul, 718, 718 viii. Petty , Thomas, Capt., deposition of, 574 vii, and see Bahama. I., Snapper sloop. Phenney , George, Governor of the Bahama L., Address to, 423 iii. -, commended, 94. -, document signed

    Index, S, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    from, 391 iii ( a ). -, letter to, 391 iii ( b ). -, document signed by, 388 i. Snapper , sloop. See under Bahama I. Snary , William, deposition of, 440 iii. Solebay , H.M.S., 73. Solguard ,

    Index, M-Y, 01 January 1723-31 December 1728

    299, 356, 438. Persia , 298. Perth Amboy , in East New Jersey, 226, 312. Petty , Thomas, commander of Snapper , 194. Phenney , Captain., Governor of Bahamas (1721 1728), letters from, 27, 29, 31, 193 5, 273, 290,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dockyard, in the hired steam-transport Mauritius, for Corfts. TiE Leoitr DR)r-UGHIT GUN--OATS.-The machinery for the new gun-boats Pelter, Pincher, Ranger, Snapper, (ileaner, and Rttby, is now more than half comtpleted. It is on the hihl-pressure non- condensing principle. Four of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Porcupine, 1; Surly, i. Steam Gunboats : Gleaner, 3 ; Pelter, 3; Pincher, 3; Ruby, 3; Teazer, 3; Badger, 3; Snapper, 3; Biter, 2; Boxer, 2; Clinker, 2; Cracker, 2; Dapper, 2; Fancy, 2; Grinder, 2; Hind, 2; Jackdaw, 2; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commenced on the l~th..& telegraphic despatch informs us that the following vessels arrived at Elsinore on Wednesday:- Magicierme, Gerser, sap, Snapper, C3u*oo, Gleaner, Pelter, and Princess Alice. The latter broke her connecti ng-ro voyage. The Cuckoo proceeded. TuEn SARDINIAN EXPEDITION.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been previously armed with additional guns of heavy calibre, removed temporarily from ships of the line, and the Stork and Snapper gunboats being armed with Lan- caster guns, I availed myself of the experience of Capt. Hewlett to direct the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steamship, Captain W. Ramsay, which left Kiel on the 3rd inst,, arrived at Plymouth Sound on Thursday. The steam gunboat Snapper, from the same station, arrived on Wednesday. THE BrITISH FOcEIGN LEGoONs.-The 'Post Ampt Gazette' contains a letter from Hamburg Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 1 November 1813

    - - Harrier iTiUlltlWIVC- - - Adder - - - Clinker - - - Griper Mastiff - - - Pelter Snapper - - - Building Building - Building Building - Building; partly of Fir, to be fur¬ nished by Government. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    1819.—Received February 18, 1820. My Lord, On the 4th September we had the honour to receive, by His Majesty's brig Snapper, your Lordship's letter addressed to us, transmitting His Majesty's commission, appointing us, respectively to the same offices under the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    state, for your Lordship's information, that since the beginning of the present month, His Majesty's cruizers, the Mor- giana, the Snapper, and the Thistle, have sent in here, for adjudication, the following four Slave-trading vessels, captured under the Portuguese, the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    Roca, (who died on his passage up to Sierra Leone,) and the second mate being taken on board of the Snapper, there was no other competent witness to examine than the boatswain, Juan Antonio Montone, who was sworn ; and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    instructions alluded to have been issued to the two following vessels of His Majesty's navy, viz. Thistle, Gun Brig - Snapper - - - - Guns. Commanders. ¦ 12 Lieut. Robert Hagan. 9 James Henderson. His Excellency the Earl of Subscribers-only content

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